Volvo C40 Electric: Release Date, Specs, Features

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The Volvo C40 Recharge is the next iteration of outstanding pure electric vehicles from Volvo Cars. She takes pointers from the entire lineup of elite Volvo cars powered without fossil fuel. The future of electric power is here, and it's bigger, badder, and better than any zero-emission car you've ever heard hum on by. Drive past the competition in this crossover SUV; you'll know you've scored big the first time you put on the seat belt.

A common misconception about electric cars and specifically SUVs is that they can't compare to the power produced by "old-fashioned" fossil fuels. Volvo Cars has created a whole cast of pure electric and hybrid cars that leave gas-guzzling counterparts lugging along behind where they belong. The future of family road trips to theme parks, campgrounds, ball games, concerts, and good times galore has arrived. Pull up to the family reunion with all your little ones safe and sound without bringing along a trail of cough-inducing exhaust. Whether it's performance or pollution you aim to change, the Volvo C40 Recharge is an excellent option for families that want to spend less money on fuel and more time on fun.

The all-new Volvo XC40 Recharge is the debut model and first of her kind. Thanks to a 78kWh battery, this 2022 online exclusive pushes the envelope at the forefront of futuristic travel technology. The Volvo C40 SUV can fast-charge up to 80 percent in around 40 minutes,1 so full power is always within reach. She stretches out to an estimated electric range of around 210 miles,2 which Volvo Cars anticipates improving even further via developing software updates.

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When customers finally get their hands on the new C40 Recharge in the near future, she will come standard with a comprehensive care package that leaves no stone unturned in terms of delivering thorough service from start to finish. Enjoy new-car service, warranty, and even roadside assistance for on-road mishaps, as well as insurance and home-charging options.3 Expect production to begin on the C40 Recharge in fall 2021,4 where this crossover SUV will be built alongside her closest relative in the Volvo Cars family, the Volvo XC40 Electric for sale, at the Volvo Cars manufacturing plant in Ghent, Belgium.

The price of the Volvo C40 Recharge, which is expected to be able to reach 60 miles-per-hour in just 4.7 seconds, is not currently available. If you're in Shreveport, contact your local Volvo dealership for the latest information on this new crossover SUV. You don't want to miss out on an all-electric SUV that has Google embedded within. Your new Volvo Cars dealer in Shreveport will have the latest information on online ordering and the availability of Volvo Cars newest electric crossover SUV.

Frequently Asked Questions About the Volvo C40

Since information on the Volvo C40 is limited, we totally understand if you have some unanswered questions. Fortunately for you, we've compiled a couple of common questions about the next evolution in Volvo Cars SUVs.

What will the Volvo C40 interior be made of?

The new Volvo C40 is 100% free of leather, focusing instead on more sustainable materials that still provide plenty of plush comforts to your whole cabin. Sink back into a comforting combination of partially recycled materials and hi-tech synthetic materials that can be paired with an optional Fjord Blue carpet as well. That striking dash of color below your adjustable seats is composed of the same recycled bottles as the current Volvo XC40 model's available Lava Carpet and several areas inside the Volvo C40.

What technology will be in the Volvo C40 Recharge?

Ever heard of Google? We'll wait while you search them up. The C40 Recharge comes with in-car systems jointly developed with Google and involving the Android Auto™ system. This responsive and intuitive program provides drivers with Google Maps, Google Assistant, and the Google Play Store, which can be built into your vehicle before you ever even start her up. A simple "Hey Google" can unlock your whole car.

What is the difference between the Volvo C40 Recharge and the Volvo XC40 Recharge?

The Volvo C40 has a more expressive design and a style all to her own. Both crossover SUVs provide plenty of pep and power without pollution. More contrasting details will be available when the 2022 Volvo XC40 Recharge and 2022 Volvo C40 make their debut.

Is the black contrasting roof standard?

One eye-catching feature of the Volvo XC40 Recharge is the black contrast roof, which comes standard on the Volvo C40 Recharge, and boy does it grab the eye when you're sliding in at a stoplight. The contrast highlights the standard roof spoiler and really makes the profile of the roofline pop to the jealous onlooker's eye.

The Future of Transportation

The release of the Volvo C40 is another step forward towards a more carbon-neutral future, something Volvo Cars strives to bring more into focus each year. Volvo Cars is aiming for 50% of its entire sales volume worldwide to be completely electric cars, with the remaining sales volume consisting of hybrid cars. Five years after that, in 2030, Volvo Cars is determined to have every single car sold be purely powered by electricity.


Disclosure:1Charging times are dependent on factors such as outdoor temperature, current battery temperature, charging equipment, battery condition and car condition.

2This vehicle has not yet been EPA rated. EPA-based range estimates for this vehicle are pending. Range estimates are based on preliminary estimates derived from the European Union's Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP). Real-world driving range will vary. Range information will be updated after EPA estimates for this vehicle are available.

3Described features might be optional. Vehicle specifications and the exact customer offer may vary from one country to another, or not (yet) be available in all markets.

4Consumer information available at https://www.volvocars.com/us/v/cars/c40-electric

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